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A Playful Story-based Adventure


# Kids Camp

ค่ายใต้ต้นไม้ คือ ค่ายเด็กที่พัฒนาศักยภาพตามแนวพหุปัญญา ผ่านธรรมชาติสำหรับเยาวชนไทยช่วงอายุตั้งแต่ 3-10 ปี


…at Taitonmai kingdom, lived four adults on a mission to create a magical universe filled with fantasy worlds for children. We are a team of psychologists, consultants, designers, and educators believe that learning is not limited to the classroom and should be fun! Taking them on many adventures, from hunting for treasures in the muddy sea to creating their own magical glitter wands to grant wishes, we encourage children to wonder and stay curious.

We pride ourselves on using narratives and storytelling for teaching and learning to engage our audiences (both big and small). Our seasonal and ever-changing world is the essence of our story, magical characters are introduced, special events happen, and where everyone is free to interact and help shape this living world.

How We Play

Different camps incorporate these elements in varying degrees, these elements are the essence in curriculum and process design that makes us so unique! Have a look at each element to see how we play.

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First Campers (3-5 Years old)

For those new to the outdoors! First Campers’ activities are designed to make adapting to new and novel environments easier and to encourage a sense of autonomy. This is most participant’s first time on their own without the care of a familiar guardian.

Junior Campers (4-6 Years old)

For children with some experience in school settings, camps are designed to encourage creative thinking, role-playing, experimenting, self-control and developing basic physical skills such as fine-motor skills, coordination, and balance.

Super Campers (7-10 Years old)

For children to develop self understanding and being able to positively express themselves freely while respecting other’s self-expression. Camps are designed to facilitate social interaction with new peers in a new setting and challenges require strategic and logical reasoning to solve problems and tasks.

Camp Designers

Information will be updated soon!

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Pimpanit Condee, Ph.D

Mangpor is a counseling psychologist with an expertise in art and music therapy. She is interested in play and music therapy research. During her free time she enjoys drawing mermaids on their adventures in the deep sea!

Pimpanit Condee, Ph.D

  • Counselling Psychologist, and Ph.D. graduate from Chulalongkorn University and University of London
  • Former Deputy Director for Research & Learning Innovation of Thammasat Secondary School, Thammasat University
  • Lecturer at Mahidol University
  • Co-Founder of Taitonmai Camp
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Sangaroon Cheamsawat

Pump is an industrial designer who loves to make toys and adventure. He is passionate about exploration and brings his travel experience to design activities that are both fun and educational for campers to enjoy.

Sangaroon Cheamsawat

  • Master of Science,  KMUTT and Kyoto Institute of Technology
  • Bachelor of Architecture, KMUTT
  • Co-Founder of Taitonmai Camp
  • Industrial Designer
  • Former Curriculum Designer & Fabrication Lab Manager,  Alternative Education School of KMUTT
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Niyata Limpiti

Plub is an early childhood educator that designs for learning through play. She spends her time creating stories, making art and dreaming of unicorns.

Niyata Limpiti

  • Masters of Education, Harvard University
  • Bachelors of Science in Applied Psychology, New York University
  • Research Fellow, MIT Playful Journey Lab
  • Student Engagement Lead, SGS, Thammasat University
  • Elementary school project-based teacher,  Alternative Education School of KMUTT
  • Co-Founder of Taitonmai Camp
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Jitt Kasemsri

Jitt is a qualitative researcher and consultant for companies in the FMCG, real-estate, and education industries. He is particularly interested in child-centric research and process design and can be usually found on a tree somewhere at camp.

Jitt Kasemsri

  • Qualitative Researcher
  • BSc. in Psychology: Sensation and Perception, Northeastern University
  • BSc. Business Administration, Northeastern University
  • Consultant and Research Lead, Four Rooms
  • Research Analyst, Vitamins Consulting and Research

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